Blabline Launches Web Search by Recency

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Blabline is a search engine that provides easy access to new web pages and for searching YouTube, videos, podcasts, torrents and Wikipedia.

Based on leading custom search technology, Blabline offers web search by recency. Ordinary search engines give search results ordered by relevancy. Sometimes users want search results ordered by recency rather than relevancy. In news search engines for example, the results are generally ordered with a high degree of recency, since, for this kind of content the publishing date is usually important in addition to how relevant the news articles are in relation to the search queries.

Many search engines for web pages have some form of ordering by date or date interval option. Blabline's ability to order by date plus relevancy takes ordinary web search to a similar kind of search result ordering that today is used by news search engines. This means that efficient ordering by recency is now available for all types of web pages, regardless of topics, categories, content or publisher.

Blabline sorts the search results using a unique combination of recency and relevancy. The search results have the same order of recency for all queries. For instance, users can type in queries like 'election 2008', 'paris hilton' and 'madden nfl 09' and they will get search results with newly published web pages from all sorts of websites such as news sites, blogs, forums, government, education, business, financial, e-commerce, special topic and social networking sites.

Blabline aspires to be the leading search engine for finding web pages by recency, and by being the first to offer search for newly published web pages in this way, Blabline is in a good position to establish a robust brand for this niche market.

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